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SHADOWING YOU WITH 



THE 




TATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 




FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



FOREWORD 



Our yearbook, the Dial derives its name from the sundial 

located in front of May Hall. While that die, 1 reflects the rays 

of the sun, this Dial reflects the activities of the students and 

faculty on the "Hill." One dial shows the passing time; the 

other Dial records what has come to pass in that Mine. 

The Dial of 1948 is a complete review of the events of the past 
year, plus earlier memories for the seniors who have, at Ion - 1 last, 
reached certain goals — to become teachers, dietitians, or ho > 
makers. 

The Seniors have completed their life at Framingham, the underclass- 
men will continue. We have all taken part in Freshmen Initiation, May 
Day, Harvard-Yale Weekend, proms and dances, Stunt Night, Glee 
ClubConcerts, and a multitude of other activities here on the "Hill." We 
have all come to realize the importance of democratic living; we have 
learned to live together, to play together, to cooperate, and to share 
successfully. 

Here is a book of memories, a picture of your life at Framingham! We 
proudly present to you the Dial of 1 948. 



We SbediccUe Ou* ^bial 




LOUIE G. RAMSDELL 



As a teacher, Miss Ramsdell has won high honor and respect in the scholastic world; 
as a person, she has won the esteem of all who know her. No one was ever more deserv- 
ing of such tributes, and to those who know her best few words hold a deep and 
significant meaning. 

It is with the most sincere appreciation that we dedicate our 1 948 Dial to Miss Ramsdell. 
During her years in the world of Framingham State Teachers College, Miss Ramsdell 
has taken a personal interest in her students, and thus been both an instructor and a 
helper. With her students she has shared her appreciation and love of beauty and 
nature. 

She has taught psychology and geography and recently received a full professorship 
in recognition and appreciation of her responsibility and accomplishment in directing 
the elementary department of Framingham State Teachers College. 



LINWOOD L. WORKMAN 




We shall always have fond memories of Mr. Workman; we shall remember his humor, 
common sense, and wisdom. Mr. Wc r '<man has been our friend, counsellor, advisor, 
and our Uncle Dudley' here at Framingham. Thank you, Mr. Workman; with this 
1948 Dial we express our sincere appreciation for your contributions to our life here 
on the "Hill." 

Mr. Workman has spent his lifetime searching for beauty which he might share with 
those fortunate enough to come in contact with him. We have been so favored. He 
has made a lasting imprint on our lives and we hope that we may share with others 
what he has so generously shared with us. 

As a teacher, Mr. Workman has taught several subjects, among them sociology and 
economics. He also has been college registrar for many years. 





MISS LARNED — Our friend and teacher 
as well as dean of our college. Your sym- 
pathy and guidance have been welcomed 
by all of us. Your sincere interest in each 
of us, your kindliness and readiness in help- 
ing us to solve our many student problems 
we gratefully acknowledge. For the aid and 
counsel which you have so generously given, 
we now express our thanks. 




PRESIDENT O'CONNOR — We shall re- 
member with appreciation and gratitude 
your encouragement and guidance during 
our four years at Framingham. You have 
generously shared with us your keen phil- 
osophy, your devotion to our college, and 
your deep love of beauty as expressed in 
your vast repertoire of poetry. For these 
and for many other things you have done to 
help us along the way, we thank you. 




FACULTY 



ART 




DAVID BERGER 




DAVID BERGER, B.S. 

368 Longwood Avenue, Boston 

Art 



RUTH R. HERRING 



RUTH R. HERRING, B.A., M.A. 
45 Rochester Road, Newton 
Art Education 



MAUDE B. GERRITSON, B.S., M.A. 

9 Church Street, Framingham 
English 



GRACE V. ROWLAND, B.S., M.Ed. 
46 Pearl Street, Hyannis 
Literature, Reading Methods 



MARJORIE SPARROW, A.B., M.A. 
I 140 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill 
English Literature, English Composition 



ENGLISH 






MAUDE B. GERRITSON 



GRACE V. ROWLAND 



MARJORIE SPARROW 



CLOTHING 






ANNA M. BILLA 



MURIEL C. BUCKLEY 



ALICE JOHNSON 



ANNA M. BILLA, B.S. 
39 Eutaw Street, Lawrence 
Clothing, Textiles 



MURIEL CABOT BUCKLEY, B.S., M.S. 

I I Orchard Street, Belmont 

Elementary Clothing, Appreciation and Economics 

of Clothing 




MADELINE E. MONROE 



ALICE C. ERICKSON JOHNSON 
15 Forestdale Road, Worcester 
Dressmaking, Education, Training School 



FRENCH 



MADELINE E. MONROE, B.S., M.A. 
885 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge 
Senior Dressmaking, Children's Clothing, 
Household Arts 



DOROTHY LARNED, A.B., M.A., M.ED. 
149 Highland Avenue, Winchester 
French, Ethics, Dean of Women 




DOROTHY LARNED 



GEOGRAPHY 




LOUIE G. RAMSDELL 



EDUCATION 



LOUIE G. RAMSDELL, Ph.B.. M.S. 

9 Church Street, Framingham 

Head of Elementary Department, Geography 



SARA M. ARMSTRONG, A.B., A.M. 
10 State Street, Framingham 
Psychology, Ed. Measurements 



LUCILLE G. FRENCH, B.S., M.A. 
50 Jackson Road, West Medford 
Head of Household Arts Department, 
Household Arts Education 




MARGARET J. WALKER, B.S. in ED., ED.M. 
59 Henry Street, Framingham 
Arithmetic Methods, Education, Problems of 
Teaching and Management 



LINWOOD L. WORKMAN, A.B., ED.M. 
17 Church Street, Framingham 
Sociology, Economics, Child Development, 
Registrar 



SARAH M. ARMSTRONG 






LUCILLE G. FRENCH 



MARGARET WALKER 



LINWOOD WORKMAN 



FOODS 






BEATRICE ARRAND 



LURA CUSHMAN 



CORINNE L. HALL 



BEATRICE ARRAND, B.S. 
308 Boston Ave., Medford 
Household Management 



LURA OAKES CUSHMAN, B.S. 
The Anchorage, Duxbury, Mass. 
Foods 



CORINNE L HALL, A.B., M.A. 

101 State Street, Framingham 

Household Management, Student Teaching 




LOU LOMBARD 



LOU LOMBARD, B.S. 

68 Woodridge Avenue, Silver Springs, Maryland 
Home Management, Student Teaching Supervision, 
Vocational Household Arts 



ELIZABETH C. MacMlLLAN, B.S., M.A. 
75 Maynard Road, Framingham 
School Lunchroom Management, Home 
Management 




ELIZABETH C. MacMlLLAN 



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J. HESTER RUST 



J. HESTER RUST, B.S., Ed.M. 
102 School Street, Manchester 
Foods 



MAY TURNER, B.S., M.A. 
75 Maynard Road, Framingham 
Foods 



ELEANOR F. CHASE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
45 Highland Street, Amesbury 
Chemistry 




MAY TURNER 



STUART B. FOSTER, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 
I Maynard Road, Framingham 
Chemistry 



EDWIN J. HAERTL, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 

53 Higgins Road, Framingham 

General Biology, Advanced Biology, Anatomy and 

Physiology, Microbiology 



SCIENCE 






ELEANOR F. CHASE 



STUART B. FOSTER 



EDWIN J. HAERTL 





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EMMA A. HUNT 



GEORGE KENNY 



DEBORAH M. RUSSELL 



HISTORY 



EMMA A. HUNT, A.B., M.A. 

30 Henry Street, Framingham 

School Health Education, Physiology, Hygiene, 

Family Finance, Physical Science 



GEORGE A. KENNY, Ph.B., M.S. 
I 18 State Street, Framingham 
Anatomy, Physiology, Physical Science, 
Household Physics 



DEBORAH M. RUSSELL, B.S., M.A. 

Framingham Center 

Chemistry, Nutrition, Experimental Foods, Dietetics 




GLADYS F. PRATT 



GLADYS F. PRATT, B.A., 
9 Spring Street, Westfield 
Librarian, American History 



M.A. 



MIRIAM A. RILEY, A.B., M.A. 

591 Wilder Street, Lowell 

History of Civilization, Intro, to Modern Problems, 

Methods of teaching Social Studies, World 

History since I 870 




MIRIAM A. RILEY 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




GRACE CONLEY 




GRACE V. CONLEY, B.S., Ed.M. 

430 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton Center 

Physical Education, Speech 



BERNICE W. TAYLOR, B.S., M.A., A.M. 
271 Franklin Street, Framingham 
Physical Education 



EDWARD F. GILDAY, B.S., M.A. 
Oak Crest Drive, Framingham 
Music 



MARIE P. MAHONEY, B.S., M.A. 
I 8 Sturgis Street, Worcester 
Assistant Librarian 



D. FRANCIS HARRIGAN, JR., B.S. 
2 Margaret Road, Peabody 
Handwriting 



BERNICE W. TAYLOR 



MUSIC 



LIBRARY 



HANDWRITING 






EDWARD F. GILDAY 



MARIE P. MAHONEY 



D. FRANCIS HARRIGAN 



INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT 



OFFICE FORCE 






LORETTA HALEY 



FLORA M. JOHNSON 



MRS. CORSON 



LORETTA HALEY, B.S. in Ed. 
156 Stafford Street, West Roxbury 
Dietitian, Institutional Management 



FLORA M. JOHNSON 

2 I Turner Street, Newtonville 

Matron, Horace Mann Hall 



MRS. CHARLOTTE CORSON 
Junior Clerk 



MRS. HELEN GROWS 

561 Franklin Street, Framingham 

Secretary to the President 




MRS. HELEN GROWS 



MILDRED J. IVASKA, B.BA. 
87 Prichard Avenue, Somerville 
Treasurer 



HAZEL P. TAYLOR, R.N. 
Horace Mann Hall 
Nursing Arts 



HELEN LOUISE FOX 
House Mother, Assistant Matron, 
Peirce Hall 





HAZEL P. TAYLOR 



MILDRED J. IVASKA 



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JONATHAN MAYNARD SCHOOL 




LENA CUSHING, B.S., M.A. 
271 Edmands Road, Framingham 
Principal 




MARY L. CAUNT 

83 Brown Street, Weston 

Grade 7 




FLORENCE W. COOK 

5 Church Street, Framingham 

Grade I 




The Jonathan Maynard School is the training school for the elementary and most of the household arts 
students. 

It is here that we, as juniors, receive our first practical introduction to teaching. Under the expert 
supervision of the Jonathan Maynard faculty we acquired an abundance of knowledge and experiences which 
we will always find useful. 

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B. HAZEL DAVIS 

140 Union Avenue, Framingham 

Grades 2 and 3 




RUTH S. DENNETT 

55 Main Street, Framingham 

Grades 4 and 5 




MARY J. DONAHUE, B.S.Ed. 
47 Clark Street, Framingham 
Grades I and 2 




BERTHA HALL, B.S.Ed. 
5 Boycbn Street, V/orccs 
Grade 7 




ALICE E. JOYCE 

208 Pleasant Street, Framingham 

Grade 8 




MARY P. LONG 

I 5 Reynolds Avenue, Naticl 

Grades 5 and 6 




MARGUERITE F. MARSHALL 
67 Pleasant Street, Holliston 
Grade 3 




LOUISE F. THATCHER 
15 Acton Street, Wollaston 
Grade 4 




ROBINETTE WARD 

355 Brook Street, Framingham 

Grade 6 



CLASSES 



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E. Coleman, N. Cooney, A. Shepard, J. Muise, Miss Conley 



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Oh tUe FRESHMEN 



The freshmen arrived — but not without some trepidation. They were 
soon reassured when welcomed by Cathy Burke, Student Government Presi- 
dent, and their sophomore, junior, or senior sisters. Alas! then came Freshmen 
Initiation, and after withstanding this ordeal they settled down to hard work. 
Soon they discovered the many campus activities offered here, and taking 
part wholeheartedly, began to enjoy their freshman year. The year was 
crowded with study, interspersed with laughter and fun. With true Framing- 
ham spirit, the freshmen survived their first year on the "Hill." 



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D. Doyle, N. McCaffrey, A. Couming, B. Chase 



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Oh tUe SOPHOMORES 



The sophomores came back again — to another year of 
classes, but also to a year of meeting the new freshmen and 
enjoying their initiation. Enjoying it more, because for the first 
time, the sophomores also had freshmen sisters. May Day was the 
high point of their year; all the "Sophs" worked hard and were 
rewarded by a beautiful day. Harvard-Yale Weekend, Freshmen- 
Sophomore picnic, Stunt Night, and the various college dances 
made their second year at Framingham a year to remember. 



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A. Delaney, B. Raymond, J. Lassone, J. Borden 






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0« /4e JUNIORS 



There were many tasks to be accomplished by the 
Juniors during their third year — student teaching for all, 
work in the Voc. House, history units, and exams, to mention 
a few. But the work was offset by a happy Junior Weekend 
and the much anticipated Junior Prom. Junior Year was a 
full year, a breathless one; but next year the Juniors will 
be Seniors! 



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SENIORS 



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President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Advisor 



P. Williams 

M. Loughlin 

J. Richardson 

S. Saulnier 

Mr. Kenny 





Estelle J. Abrams 

"Cookie" 

give me the check 



Barbara Helen Ammidown 

"B. A." 

a cheery good morning 



Edna F. Barmby 
"Bambi" 
A.A.'s champ 





Geraldine M. Beaudry 

"Gerry" 

she's lovely 



Marion E. Borden 
a friendly smile 



Roxane C. Boyer 

"Roxy" 

little Miss Prim 



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Marie E. Buckley 
"Buck" 
flashing smile 



Catherine A. Burke 

"Cathy" 

wit of the Irish 



Joan Burke 
"Burkie" 
bundle of fun 






Marie Burlingame 

"Marie" 

tops in talent 



Genevieve Cantalupi 

"Petty" 
petite 



Janet C. Chambers 

"Jan" 

Miss Efficiency 



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Marjorie T. F. Chin 
"Margie" 
Oriental talent 



Elizabeth A. Clancy 

"Betty" 

tall and stately 



Carmella Clemente 

"Cam" 

don't you ever sleep 




Doris Cochrane 

"Corp" 

a blithe spirit 



Jane F. Cody 
"Kizo" 
happy gal 



Mary A. Conboy 
"Chickie" 
always a question 



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Phyllis Connell 

"Phyl" 

sweet sophistication 



Elaine M. Connifey 
Helping hand 



Carolyn Crowell 

Horace Mann Meteorologist 




Marion Noonan Devlin 
cheery chatter 



Terese Dillon Murphy 

"Terry" 

sweetness itself 







Louisa A. 


Donahue 


"L A. D. 


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science — 


■with a reason 



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Barbara J. Dowd 
"Rowdy" 
fashion figure 



Hazel Eames 
live wire 



Joy Edson 

"Rabbit" 

Joy to the world 




Priscilla E. Edwards 


Jean Frances Faul 


<ner 


Alice Ruth Fazio 


"Prill- 


sweet and lovely 




"Al" 


seamstress superb? 






success in science 



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Elizabeth J. Fitzgerald 

"Fitzy" 

poise to perfection 



Madeline J. Flynn 

"Mai" 

a barrel of fun 



Patricia Anne Foley 

"Buttons" 

vim, vigor, and Foley 




Mary E. Forbes 
"Forbsie" 
morning sleeper 



Eleanor I. French 

"Frenchie" 

T.N.T. 



Joanne M. Garbarino 
quiet and unaffected 



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Ruth E. Gilbert 
"Scottie" 
gifted Gilbert! 



Florence L. Gilboy 

"Flo" 

small town — big heart 



Anne M. Gildea 

"Gilda" 

good things — small Packages 






Doris M. Granger 
Holy Cross booster 



Rose B. Grasso 
"Rose B." 
everybody's pal 



Barbara Guinan 
"Barb" 
casual kid 



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Dorothy A. Guiney 


Virginia M. Halpin 


Ruth E. Hand 


"Dottie" 


"Ginny" 


"Ruthie" 


off to Worcester? 


atomic energy 


here today? 





Mary L. Hanifin 


Alma F. Harris 


Audrey R. Huff 


"Lou" 


"Al" 


"Audge" 


spells glamour 


"helpful Harry" 


huff, puff! 



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Desire Ash Kent 

"Dez" 

creative craftsman 



Barbara R. Kiernan 

"Barb" 

striking individualism 



Barbara L. Kohrs 
"Barbie" 
Worcester bound 





Vivian T. LaCroix 


Margaret H. Leary 


Margaret M. 


"Viv" 


"Marg" 


"Marg" 


summers and sambas 


hostess to behold 


here, there 



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zsther B. Levie 




Marjorie Lord 


Marie E. Loughlin 


'Hasta La Vista" 




"Margie" 


"Maisie" 






wit and wisdom 


oerpetual motion 




Mary Lou MacDonald 

"Mac" 

heart of the "Y" 



Jeanne Mahan 
dance, ballerina 



Jean E. Mahoney 
blonde beauty 



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Jeanne C. Marino 

"Jen" 

nifty knitter 



Aloyse T. Martin 
"Corky" 
vivacious, versatile 



Mary E. McCann 
"Marybeth" 
class spirit girl 




Virginia M. McCauley 


Juanita McCoy 


Mary J. McGillivray 


"Sinny" 


the real McCoy 


"McGill" 


stage! makeup! footlights! 




Chanteuse! 



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Madeline M. Monahan 

"Mad" 

lights! camera! smile! 



Dorcas Montgomery 
Via North Adams 



R. Lea Morneau 

"Jiminy" 

thimble, paints, wit 




Eleanor L. Nager 

"Ellie" 

N. Y. commuter 



Jane Nagle 
"Jane" 
fun first 



Thalia Nicholas 

"Nicky" 

feminine fashionist 



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Doris 


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. Nikon 


Mary 


Margaret 


Noyes 


Ann 


P. 


O'Brien 


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hidden humor 




"A. 


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for fun 








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Martha L O'Brien 


Mary T. O'Neil 


Clarice E. Orff 


" 1 oolcey" 


Terry" 


"Rusty" 


twinkling eyes 


remember that summer? 


strictly smooth 



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Muriel O. Powers 


Joan Curley Proctor 


Prudence A. Pyle 


"Muzzy" 


"Curley" 


"Prudy" 


always helpful 


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Barbara H. Rei 
: Barb" 

Sco~V _=;;'e 



~ea--e Z. -' i' t'ziz' 
cat-nap specialist 



Eileen Ross 
Rizoss" 



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Solange Saulnler 

"So" 

bulletin board bug 



Gene C. Sharpies 

"Gene" 

early morning correspondent 



Anna F. Sheehan 

Voc's Commuting comrade 




Clare A. Sheehan 


Dorothy A. Sherry 


Marianne L. Simpson 


1 ' S~- II 

Uas 


"Dottie" 


'Simp" 


wisdom and wit 


smooth and sentimental 


gal from Maine 



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Rose S. Sliby 


Barbara P. Smith 


Helen S. Stomi 


"Slib" 


"Barb" 


a Trojan of education 


straightforward gal 


personality plus 






Irene C. Szlyk 
"Slicky" 
willing worker 




Helen M. Tieuli 
"Lynn" 
bubbling over 



Mae R. Truvedson 

"Maisie" 

red haired Maisie 





Elizabeth C. Wade 


Patricia A. Williams 


Patricia N. Wood 


"Libby" 


Pat- 


"Pat- 


always in mischief 


one of the best 


just because you're you 



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ss Geraldine M. Beaudry Mr. Bradford L. Smith 

ss Roxana C. Boyer Mr. Millard C. Osqood 

ss Janet L. Chambers Mr. Perry W. Fogg 



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Barbara J. Dowd Mr. Richard J. Higgins 



ss Joy Edson Mr. Robert A. Crock 



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ss Esther B. Levie Mr. William J. Maclnnis Jr. 



ss R. Lea Morneau Mr. Gerald F. Crowley 



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Jane R. Nagle Mr. Matthew B. Harrington 



ss Mary Elizabeth McCann .... Mr. Robert F. Pomeroy 
ss Ann O'Brien Mr. Frank Finigan 



ss Martha O'Brien Mr, Herbert Clark 



ss Gene Sharpies . . . . - . . . Mr. Richard M. Tinglof 

ss Barbara P. Smith Mr. Clyde C. Palmer 

ss Helen M. Tieuli Mr. Robert E. Enman 



ss Anne Wheeler Mr. William F. Newman 



ss Solanqe Saulnier Mr. William Sullivan 



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MavUed 



Miss Theresa M. Dillon Mr. John J. Murphy 



Miss Marion N. Noonan Mr. William J. Devlin 



Miss Joan Curley Mr. John B. Proctor 



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ACTIVITIES 



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Editor-in-chief Virginia Halpin 

Art Editor Gene Sharpies 

Business Manager Estelle Abrams 

Advertising Manager Louisa Donahue 

Literary Editor Ruth Hand 

Data Editor Barbara Ammidown 



Photography Editor Madeline Monahan 

Subscription Managers Audrey Huff 

Elaine Connifey 
Publicity Solange Saulnier 

Thalia Nicholas 

Advisor Mr. David Berger 

Literary Advisor Miss Marjorie Sparrow 



THE DIAL STAFF 

The Dial is our college yearbook, edited annually by members of the senior class. This publication 
pictorially records all the academic and social activities of life here on the "Hill." 

The editors and staff have worked hard to make this yearbook a success. To each of you we 
hope it will recall pleasant memories — recollection of dances and proms, class and club activities, 
faculty, and classmates. On these pages we hope we have captured the spirit of Framingham. 




R. Hand, V. Halpin, L. Donohue, G. Sharpies, A. Huff, E. Abrams, E. Connifey, M. Monahan, 
B. Ammidown, S. Saulnier, T. Nicholas, Mr. Berger 



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I. Lave.ty, B. Kiernan, E. Nager, Miss Rowland, Miss Sparrow, J. Kelleher 



The "Gate Post" is our college paper, issued eight times during the academic year, to bring 
the news of college activities and other items of interest to students, faculty, and alumnae. 

The "Sate Post," which gets its name from the Henry Whittemore Memorial Gateway at the 
entrance to the campus, is also the sponsor of one of the festive mid-winter dances held annually 
by the various college organizations. 



THE GATE POST STAFF 

Editor-in-chief Eleanor Nager 

Assistant Editor Barbara Kiernan 

Business Manager Barbara Laverty 

Assistant Business Manager. ., : Joan Kelleher 

Literary Advisor Miss Marjorie Sparrow 

Financial Advisor Miss Grace Rowland 



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STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




Row I : F. Silboy, A. Simmons, V. Halpin, E. 
Nager, E. Abrams, J. Borden, N. Mc- 
Caffrey, E. Barmby, B. Smifh, B. Traslc 

Row 2: J. Palmer, Miss Walker, D. Nilson, Dr. 
Chase, C. Burke, J. Faulkner, A. Gildea, 
Miss Lamed, E. Connifey, J. Edson 
Standing: P. Williams, I. Szlyk, M. McCann, M. 
Daley, G. Beaudry 



In the chaos that has followed World War II, democracy has remained the leading form of government. 
Our government or the "Hill" is a democracy. The Student Government Association is representative of 
the student body, and through this Association the students have a voice in their school government. 

The Student Coop, also has its lighter side; it heralds in the school year with a dance and sponsors the 
annual Field Day, when classrooms are forgotten and faculty and students, alias "brain and brawn" oppose 
one another on the athletic field. 

The Association also publishes the Freshman Handbook which is a boon to newcomers on the "Hill." 

The Student Cooperative Association is a working democracy in which we all have a part. 



THE MART 




M. Ward, N. McCaffrey, A. Voudouris, M. 
Daley, J. Lassome, C. Orff, M. Loughlin, J. 
Faulkner, B. Smith, J. Garbarino 



No matter what you need — whether it be notebook paper, paint supplies, or Harvard-Yale banners — 
you'll be sure to find it at Framingham's handy, up-to-date shopping center, the Mart. The Mart is indispens- 
able to the college students, for here one can purchase anything from school supplies to candy bars on a 
"cash and carry" or "charge and carry" basis. 

From September to June, every shelf and cupboard of the Mart is crammed with supplies to meet the 
needs of the college students. 



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JUDICIARY BOARD 



J. Faulkner, J. Mahan 
J. Williams 



y, M. Fiske, B. Smith, 




Justice will prevail! Right from wrong is decided by the Judiciary Board, and the decisions rendered by 
its members are those which will benefit the student body and faculty body. The Judiciary Board is a division 
of the Student Cooperative Association and the vice-president of this Association becomes the chairman of 
the Board. The Judiciary Board is composed of one senior, two juniors, one sophomore, plus a faculty member 
who serves as advisor. 



CLASS AND CLUB COUNCIL 



Row I: N. McCaffrey, A. Gildea, J. Borden, E. 

Barmby, F. Gilboy 
Row 2: E. Nager, V. Halpin, P. Williams, G. 

Beaudry, M. McCann, B. Smith, J. 

Edson, Miss Larned 




Everyone knows the Activities Calendar, but how many realize who plans this calendar? The planning 
and publishing of the Activities Calendar is one of the various functions of the Class and Club Council, 
familiarly known as C. C. C. Besides scheduling activities for classes and clubs, the council supervises voting 
and voting procedures for clubs and for the Student Cooperative Association, and aids the various clubs in 
solving any problems which may arise. 

The Council is comprised of representatives from each class and club, plus a faculty member. These 
representatives are, the president of each class, the president of each club, the editor of the Gate Post, and 
the managing editor of the Dial. 



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CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY COUNCIL 




M. McGillicuddy, E. Nicol, J. McNally, M. 
Nichols, E. Loud, Dr. Foster, P. Williams, E. 
Abrams, J. Kelleher, K. Tilton, R. Shatz, W. 
Farro, H. Fisk 



"I will not give or receive aid during an examination or test" is a part of the Chemistry and Biology 
pledge. To work and to live by honor is one of the most worthy characteristics of a student. The honor 
system of the chemistry and biology departments fosters such characteristics. Any violation of the pledge 
is referred to the Council which consists of thirteen students and a faculty advisor. 

Since the introduction of the system to our college, most of the students have appreciated its benefits 
and have lived to the responsibility entrusted to them. 



LIBRARY COUNCIL 




M. Burlingame, K. Tilton, Miss Pratt, E. Conni 
fey, A. Murphy, C. Riano 

The quietness and peacefulness of the Ella C. Ritchie Library appeals to many students. We study here, 
make use of reference material, or read for pleasure. 

A vote of thanks goes to the Library Council for maintaining an atmosphere conducive to study, for 
providing up-to-date fiction and non-fiction, and for preparing the timely displays frequently found in 
the library. 

Two representatives from each class, under the efficient supervision of Miss Pratt, compose this council 
which has been so successful in making our library a pleasant and stimulating spot for students. 



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COMMUTERS' CLUB 



R. Concannon, J. Garbarino, M. McGillivray, F. 
Gilboy, Miss Riley 




The services of the Commuters' Club are dedicated to those of us who make the daily trip to and from 
Framingham. Realizing that the commuters make up a large percentage of our student body, this Club is 
ready to do what it can to make the traveling students' life more comfortable. The Commuters' Club also 
arranges an annual Christmas banquet for its members. 



QUIET AND ORDER COMMITTEE 



Row I: H. Stomi, J. Koula, P. Cornell, M. 

Collins 
Row 2: D. Kelly, A. Boyd, M. Whearty, J. 

Garbarino, I. Szly k, E. Shanahan, A. 

Saunders 




This Committee accomplishes its work quietly but competently. Its function is to help the student keep 
order so that activities may be conducted to the best advantage of all. 

Special attention is given to attendance at chapel and assembly programs and to the supervision of 
fire drills. 

The Quiet and Order Committee strives for a courteous college group, and a clean, pleasant campus. 



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Y. W. C. A. 



Row I : S. Kaplan, M. MacDonald, D. Granger, 

K. Tilton 
Row 2: C. Crowell, L. Montgomery, J. Ma- 

haney, J. Kelleher, J. Edson 
Row 3: J. King, E. Thayer, B. Ammidown, Miss 

Hunt 




A'KEMPIS CLUB 



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A. Martin, A. Gildea, A. O'Brien, Miss Joyce, 
J. Mahoney 




The Y. W. C. A., open to all faiths, Is an active club with a varied and interesting program. This group 

presents to all students a series of chapel talks, introducing many leaders of the Framingham churches. A 

program such as this helps to create better understanding among the different religious faiths on the "Hill." 

Other highlights of this energetic Organization are the lovely Moonlight Mood Dance and the inspiring 

and beautiful Sunrise Service. 

Participation in religious activities and better understanding among faiths are encouraged by our 
Y. W. C. A. group. 

The A'Kempis Club is a club for Catholic girls here at Framingham, a club which strengthens the ties 
between school and church. Reverend Edward F. Sweeney is spiritual advisor for this club, and holds weekly 
instruction meetings which are both inspiring and informative. 

The Communion Breakfasts are annually sponsored by the A'Kempis Club, and none of us will forget 
the A'Kempis dance, one of the most successful dances of the year. 



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MODERN DANCE GROUP 



Row I : A. Rides, J. Lasonne, J. Borden 

Row 2: J. Mahan, R. Hill, P. McDowell, T. 

Nicholas, C. Santaspirito, L. Miller, D. 

Guiney, M. Flynn, M. Daley, T. Healey 




ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Row I: B. Smith, S, Kaplan, M. Daley, E. Barm- 
by, P. Olsen, J. Borden, J. Palmer 

Row 2: D. Macintosh, J. Lovewell, A. Simmons, 
J. Mahaney, I. LaBonte, D. Cochrane, 
Miss Taylor 




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Weaving a spell of enchantment and delight for the audience, the girls of the Modern Dance Group 
gracefully and rhythmically interpret stories and musical scores. The group, under the capable guidance of 
Miss Taylor, is composed of those girls who are especially interested in modern dance as a means of artistic 
expression. 

A variety of sports: basketball, volleyball, field hockey, modern dance, — Harvard-Yale: keen com- 
petition, high spirits, echoing cheers, flying banners, — Stunt night: faculty frolic, silly songs, class competition, 
lilting laughter — all these activities are sponsored by our Athletic Association. 

The A. A. has a double purpose: I. to encourage participation in sports by both the enthusiastic 
beginner and the accomplished player, 2. to spread the ideals of fair play from the athletic field, to the 
classroom, and thence to our daily life. 



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The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to bring together the students of the Household Arts 
Department in order to keep them informed of current problems and of topics of general interest to home 
economists, to have an organization for participation in off campus home economics activities, and to 
familiarize the students with the broad scope of home economics. 

This club offers a varied program including an annual fashion review and speakers from many fields of 
home economics. This year the Club sponsored the Mary Hemingway Ball which celebrated the 50th anniver- 
sary of the Household Arts Department. 

Learning a script, rehearsing, directing, managing lights, painting scenery — all these activities and more 
make up the program for the Fine Arts Club. Even for those whose talent is not acting, the club offers a 
multitude of things to do, such as make-up, radio work, costuming, and verse choir. 

The outstanding achievement of the Fine Arts Club this year was the presentation of two one-act plays, 
"Riders to the Sea" and "Monday" to very enthusiastic audiences. This Club is certainly one of the busiest 
clubs on the "Hill." 




HOME ECONOMICS OFFICERS 



G. Beaudry, B. Smith, J. Rugg, C. Crosier, P. 
MacDowell, A. Saunders, B. Trask, C. Algaier 
B. Ammidown, M. Burlingame, P. Rogers, A. 




FINE ARTS OFFICERS 



Couming, Mrs. Herring. V. McCauley, presi- 
dent, missing. 



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Music brings pleasure to all, especially the unforgettable music made by our own Framingham Glee 
Club. Under the vigorous direction of Mr. Gilday, the Glee Club has successfully presented Candlelight 
Service, Glee Club Concert, joint concerts with Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the greatest thrill of 
all, Framingham night at the Pops. Few of us realize however, the hard work, hours of rehearsal, and enthusiasm 
of the girls, which lie behind their memorable music. 



Tuesday morning Chapels are made doubly worthwhile by the choir, a selected group of versatile voices. 
Their music charms us and none will forget the "Lord's Prayer" as sung by this group. 




GLEE CLUB OFFICERS 



K. Tilton, G. Beaudry, A. Huff, E. Goddard, Mr. 
Gilday 




CHOIR 



Row I : N. Fried, M. Jarvis, A. Carter, C. 
Harris, J. Carter, E. Goddard, D. Nil- 
son, V. Nickerson, E. Nicol 

Row 2: Mr. Gilday, G. Beaudry, V. Honan, E. 
Riley, J. Trayers, A. O'Brien, B. Patrick, 
J. Williams, B. Ammidown, C. Peabody 



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DINING ROOM COUNCIL 



G. Beaudry, Miss Haley, J. Palmer, D. Mac- 
intosh 



The Dining Room Council was organized for the purpose of representing the students in all matters 
pertaining to the dining room, to review and enforce the rules applying to conduct, etiquette, and dress 
in the dining room, and to cooperate with Miss Haley in serving the best interests of the students. 

The Council comprises a senior representative who is the chairman; a junior representative who is the 
secretary; and a representative from the sophomore and the freshman classes. 



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RED CROSS 



K. Tilton, M. MacDonald, C. Riani, J. Chambers, 
Miss Larned 




The Red Cross College Unit cooperates with the Framingham Chapter of the Red Cross. The purpose 
of our unit is to offer services to the community, and through. this college unit the girls are able to participate 
in Red Cross activities as a group, and thus enjoy valuable community relationships. 

During the past year the members have assumed responsibilities in different fields of work. They have 
helped in the entertainment program at Cushing Veterans' Hospital. Other activities have included Motor 
Corps driving, first aid classes, and home nursing classes for which college credit was given. 



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DORM OFFICERS 




CROCKER HALL 

President, Betty Trask; Vice President, Julia Tro- 
della; Secretary Regina Hill; Treasurer Dorothy 
Kelly 




PEIRCE HALL 

President, Marie McGillicuddy; Vice President, 

Catherine Higgins; Secretary, Dorothy Joyce; 

Treasurer, Julia Kula 



VOCATIONAL HOUSE 

A few minutes walk down State Street and you will arrive at a lovely, picturesque white house which is home 
to the Vocational girls for eight weeks of their freshmen, junior, and senior years. It is here that these girls are 
trained in the art of home management under the efficient guidance of Miss Lombard. They prepare food, serve 
dinners, manage a budget, and attend classes at the college. The Vocational girls will always recall house- 
cleaning, guest nights, accounts and pleasant buffet suppers. 



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President, Estelle Abrams; Vice President, Mary Forbes; Secretary, 
Annette Ouelette, Treasurer, Jeanne Mahan 





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DORM LIFE 



Dorm life is hard to describe — it is compounded of regimented food, of fire drills, of friendships, 
of underground feuds which now and again explode to the surface. It is most active at 10 o'clock at 
night when people gather to talk; it affects every individual with a subtle stamp of .similarity. It 
means waiting for phone calls, and comparing notes after a big date. It is regulated by bells and 
clocks which are different in every dorm and academic building; it is saddle shoes, and going out on 
a big date attired in the clothing of half the girls in the dormitory. Dorm life is something that 
makes you feel isolated when you go home and have a shower all to yourself with no one impatiently 
awaiting her turn. It is food on the window sill, and cold floors, and six people in your room when 
you want to study. It is a reception room full of dates on a Saturday night, and someone yelling 
from the first floor to the third. It is the hungry rush for meals three times a day, the excitement of 
a phone call from the special boy friend. It is tomorrow and yesterday, always the same, even to 
the lunch menu; it is dorm life and we love if! 




HORACE MANN HALL 



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FRESHMAN WEEK 



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HARVARD-YALE WEEK-END 



TO THE VICTORS 




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FRESHMAN 



'Civilization' 



SOPHOMORE 



"Baby Shoes' 



JUNIORS 



Gay Nineties Queen 




SENIORS 



" . . . Wyoming is the 
place for me. . 



STUNT NIGHT 



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FIELD DAY 



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SPECTATORS 



SECOND INNING 




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Student Coop and Mary Hemmingway Bal 



May jbay 



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QUEEN 



Anne O'Brien 



COURT 



Jane Nagle 
Claire Sheehan 
Barbara Dowd 
Marianne Simpson 
Mary Beth McCann 
Virginia McCauley 
Phyllis Cornell 
Clarice Orff 



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DIRECTORY 



HOUSEHOLD ARTS 
ABRAMS, ESTELLE JOYCE 



BARMBY, EDNA FRANCES 



BEAUDRY, GERALDINE M. 



BUCKLEY, MARIE ELOISE 



BURKE, JOAN 



CHAMBERS, JANET LYDIA 



CHIN, MARJORIE T. F. 



CLEMENTE, CARMELLA 



COCHRANE, DORIS 



CODY, JANE F. 



61 Martin Street, Holyoke 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; A.A. I; Fine Arts Club I; May Day 2; Dial 
Business Manager 4; Gate Post Reporter 4; Chem- 
istry Council 4; Horace Mann President 4; Columbia 
Yearbook Press Conf. 4 

Transfer from University of Maine. Pi Beta Phi 
member — Maine Alpha Cha.; Home Economics 
Club I, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
President A.A. 4; Student Co-op 4; Class and Club 
Council 4; Yale team 3, 4; Basketball, Volleyball I, 
2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 3, 4; Softball I 

Pleasant Street, West Warren 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Membership Chm 
3; State Program Chm. 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 4 
Choir 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Student Co-op 4 
May Day 2; Dining Room Council 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3 
Chm. 4 

469 Pleasant Street, Canton 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I ; A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 
I; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Yale team I; 
Chm. Cap and Gown Comm. 4 

46 Dale Street, Franklin 

A.A. 2; A'Kempis Club I, 4; Chemistry Council 3; 
May Day 2; Quiet and Order Committee I; Class 
Sports 1,2,3,4; (Yale) Basketball team 2,3,4; Cap- 
tain 3; Harvard-Yale toastmistress 2; Chm. Fresh- 
men Initiation 4; Commuters' Club 2 

94 Gillette Avenue, Springfield 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Gate Post Staff 

2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Red Cross Chm. 4; Golf Man- 
ager 2 

364 Washington Avenue, Chelsea 
Home Economics Club 3; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 4; Fine 
Arts Club 4; Glee Club 4; Red Cross 2, 4; Com- 
muters Club 4; May Day 2 

234 Forest Street, Medford 
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club I ; 
May Day 2; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
I, 2, 3, 4 

21 Highland Avenue, Stoneham 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2; 
Class Sports 3, 4; Harvard team 3, 4; A.A. Board 4 

47 Sycamore Street, Norwood 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2; Vice 
Pres. 3; Red Cross 4; Gate Post Staff 4; Yale team 
I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Capt. 4; Basketball I, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 1 , 2 



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CONNELL, PHYLLIS 



CONNIFEY, MARY ELAINE 



19 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale 
Fine Arts Club I; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Com- 
muters' Council I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; May Day 
Attendant 2 

67 Bancroft Street, Gardner 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; A'Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts 
2, 3, 4; Student Co-op 4; Library Council 4; Red 
Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor Subscriptions Dial 4. 



CROWELL, CAROLYN 



DILLON, THERESA 



DOWD, BARBARA J. 



EDSON, JOY 



EDWARDS, PRISCILLA E. 



FAZIO, ALICE RUTH 



FOLEY, PATRICIA ANNE 



FORBES, MARY EVELYN 



GILBERT, RUTH 



GILDEA, ANNE MARIE 



GRANGER, DORIS MARIE 



Charles Street, Sandwich 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 
A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club I; Red Cross 2, 3, 4 
May Day 2; Yale team 2, 3; Class Sports 1,2, 3, 4 
Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball I , 2, 3, 4; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 4 

I 2 Montague Street, Worcester 
Home Economics Club 4; May Day 2; Fine Arts 
Club 4; A'Kempis 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Chem- 
istry Council I 

60 Sterling Street, Springfield 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 4; Fine Arts Club 2, 4; 
Red Cross I, 2; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 
2, 3; Attendant 2; Spirit of Spring 3 

20 Pleasant Street, Methuen 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Treas. 2; Pres. 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Student Co- 
op 4; Class and Club Council 4; May Day 1,2; Yale 
team I, 2; Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Class Secretary I, 2; 
Chm. Senior-Faculty Tea 4; A.A. I 

87 Greenleaf Street, Quincy 
Home Economics Club I, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 4; Gate Post Staff 4; Dial Staff 3; Library 
Council 4; May Day 2 

386 Newhill Ave., Somerset Center 
Glee Club I, 2, 3; Choir 2 



I Cortes Street, Boston 
; A.A. I; A'Kempis Club I 



2, 3, 4; 



Y.W.C.A. I. 

Modern Dance 2; May Day 2; Fine Arts 

75 Meagher Avenue, Milton 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; 
A.A. I; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; May 
Day 2; Vice Pres. Horace Mann 4 

153 Fells Avenue, Medford 
Home Economics Club 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. I; Class and 
Club Council 4; Commuters Club I ; May Day 2 

290 Eliot Street, Milton 
A'Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; Gate Post Staff 2, 3, 
4; Student Co-op 4; Library Council 3; May Day 2; 
Treas. Crocker Hall 3; Recording Sec. New Eng. 
Prov. Newman Clubs, Newman-Vues Staff 

89 Grafton Street, Worcester 

Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; Cabinet 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Class Sports 
3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Hockey 3; Treas. Crocker Hall 
3; Yale Basketball 3, 4; Cap and Gown Com. 4 



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GUINAN, BARBARA 



GUINEY, DOROTHY ANNE 



HANIFAN, MARY LOUISE 



HARRIS, ALMA FLORENCE 



HUFF, AUDREY RUTH 



KENT, DESIRE ASH 



KIERNAN, BARBARA RUTH 



KOHRS, BARBARA LUCIA 



LA CROIX, VIVIAN TERESE 



LEARY, MARGARET H. 



LEARY, MARGARET M. 



LEVIE, ESTHER BARBARA 



LORD, MARJORIE SYMONDS 



MacDONALD, MARY LOU 



MARINO, JENNIE C. 



504 Beacon Street, Boston 
A'Kempis Club 4; May Day 2 

19 Samoset Road, Waban 
Home Economics Club I; A. A. I, 2, 4; A'Kempis 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; Modern Dance I, 2, 
3, 4; Gate Post Staff 4; May Day 2; Class Sports 
I, 2; Hockey I, 2; Yale Hockey I, 2 

91 Whittier Street, Springfield 
Home Economics Club I, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 
4; Fine Arts Club I, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Red 
Cross 4; Modern Dance 2; Gate Post Staff 4; May 
Day 2; Chemistry Council 4; Stunt-Nite Co-Chair- 
man 4 

94 Devon Street, Roxbury 
Home Economics Club 1 , 2, 4; Fine Arts Club I; 
Red Cross I, 2; Commuters Club I, 2, 3, 4; May 
Day 2 

Cloverhill Farm, Fitchburg 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Dial Subscription 
Manager 4; O u iet and Order Comm. 3; May Day 2; 
Class Secretary 3; Freshman-Senior Faculty Tea 4 

18 Market Street, Cambridge 
Home Economics Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4 

177 Boston Post Road, Weston 
Home Economics Club I, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 4; Red 
Cross 1,2,4; Gate Post Assoc. Editor 4; May Day 2 

34 Fairfield Street, Worcester 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2 

19 Belmont Street, Marlboro 
Home Economics Club 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Glee 
Club I, 2, 3; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2 

103 Birchwood Ave., Longmeadow 
A'Kempis Club 1,2,3,4; Home Economics Club 1 , 2, 
3, 4; May Day 2 

41 Waldeck Street, Dorchester 
Home Economics Club I ; A'Kempis Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Fine Arts Club I; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3 

74 Grove Street, Gloucester 
Home Economics Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4 

Morgan Street, Middletown, Conn. 
Received diploma 1920. Returned for fourth year 
and degree 1948. 
Home Economics Club 4 

48 Arlington Road, Waltham 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3; Secretary 4; Fine Arts Club; 

1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; 
May Day 2; Class Sports 1,2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 2, 
3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; Yale team 

2, 3; Co-Chm. W.S.S.F. 4; S.C.M. Conf. at O-at- 
Ka 3 

49 Parker Street, Lawrence 
Home Economics Club 4; A'Kempis Club 2, 4 



MARTIN, ALOYSE THERESE 



McCANN, MARY ELIZABETH 



McCOY, JUANITA MARIE 

MORNEAU, R. LEA 

NAGLE, JANE R. 
NICHOLAS, THALIA 

NOYES, MARY MARGARET 
O'NEIL, MARY THERESA 



ORFF, CLARICE ELSIE 



POWERS, MURIEL OLIVE 



PYLE, PRUDENCE ANN 



RICHARDSON, JEANNE CLEVE 



ROSS, EILEEN 



152 Trapelo Road, Waltham 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4; Glee Club I, 2, 
3, 4; Choir I, 2; Modern Dance I; May Day 2; 
Harvard ch3erleader I ; Co-Chm. Junior Prom 3 

3 I Sheridan Street, North Easton 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club 

1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Board 2; 
Student Co-op Representative 2; 2nd Vice Pres. 4; 
Class and Club Council 3; Chm. 4; Class Sports I, 

2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 4; May 
Day 2; Chm. 2; Attendant 2; Yale team' I, 2, 3; 
Peirce Hall Vice Pres. I; Class Pres. 3; N.S.A. dele- 
gate to U. of Wisconsin 3; Delegate to Eastern 
States Assoc, of Professional Schools for Teachers 
4; Junior Prom Queen 3 

348 Village Street, Medway 
Home Economics Club I, 4; A'Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; 
Fine Arts Club I, 3, 4; Commuters' Club 4 

25 Marble Avenue, Chicopee 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; 
May Day 2; Gate Post Staff 3, 4; Yale Cheerleader 

370 Park Street, West Roxbury 
A'Kempis Club 4; May Day 2; Attendant 2 

I I Decatur Street, Boston 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Modern Dance 3, 4; Dial Staff 4 

127 Jones Road, Hopedale 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2; 
Commuters Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2 

33 Edgeworth Street, Worcester 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I; A.A. 
I; Fine Arts Club I; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Chm. Refreshment 
Comm. Newman Federation 

Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 

3, 4; Student Co-op I; May Day 2; Attendant 2; 
Class Vice Pres. 2 

292 Hollis Street, Framingham 
Home Economics Club I, 4; May Day 2 

3 I Cotton Street, Leominster 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4; Board 4; Y.W.C.A. 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2; Dial 
Staff I, 2; May Day 2; Class Sports I, 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; Yale hockey 

1, 2, 3; Yale basketball 4; Field Day Chm. 3 

South Main Street, Middleton 
Home Economics Club 1,2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 

2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Dial 
Staff 3; Class Secretary 4; May Day 2 

524 Kirley Street, New Bedford 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
A.A. I, 2; May Day 2; Field Day Chm. I; Cheer- 
leader Field Day 3, 4 



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SAULNIER, SOLANGE ANNE 



66 Lakeview Avenue, Falmouth 
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2; 
Publicity Chm. 2; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine 
Arts Club I, 3; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2; 
Dial Publicity Editor 4; Gate-Post Staff 3, 4; May 
Day 2; Class Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey, Basketball 
I, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball I, 2; Yale team I, 2, 3, 4; 
Field Day team 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class Treas. 2, 3, 4 



SHARPLES, GENE CAROLYN 



23 Orange Street, Waltham 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4; A.A. 2, 3,4; Fine Arts Club I ; 
Dial Art Editor 4; Quiet and Order Council 2; May 
Day 2; Harvard team 2, 3; Cheerleader I 



SHEEHAN, CLARE AGNES 



SHERRY, DOROTHY ANN 



SLIBY, ROSE S. 



73 Beauchamp Ter., Chicopee Falls 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; Choir I; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; 
Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Staff 3, 4; Circula- 
tion Mgr. 4; May Day 2; Attendant; Crocker Hall 
Pres. 3 

10 Barclay Road, West Roxbury 
Home Economics Club I, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 
4; Fine Arts Club I; Student Co-op 3; Commuters 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Crocker Hall Pres. 3; Chemistry 
Council I 

Harrison Avenue, Boston 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3; May Day 2; A'Kempis 
Club I, 2, 3; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3 



SMITH, BARBARA PHYLLIS 



27 Vine Street, Leominster 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Y.W.C.A. 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 3; Class 
and Club Council 4; May Day 2; Class Sports I, 2, 
3, 4; Hockey, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball I, 2; 
Yale Hockey team I, 2, 3; Publicity Council 2; 
Class Vice Pres. I, 3; Pres. Mass. State College 
Home Ec. Clubs 3 



STOMI, HELEN S. 



107 S. Quinsigamond Avenue, Shrewsbury 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2; 
A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Gate Post Staff 4; Quiet and Order 
Comm. 4; Class Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; 
Yale team 2, 3, 4 



SZLYK, IRENE C. 



518 Grafton Street, Worcester 
Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Student Co-op 4; 
Chemistry Council 2, 3; Quiet and Order Comm. 
Chm. 4; Commuters Club I, 2, 3; May Day 2 



TIEULI, HELEN MARY 



24 Granite Street, Milford 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; Fine Arts Club I, 2; 
May Day 2; A'Kempis Club 1,2, 3, 4; Library Coun- 
cil I; Commuters Club I, 2; Sec. Crocker Hall 3 



WILLIAMS, PATRICIA ANNE 



I8A Prospect Street, Milford 
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 
3, 4; Fine Arts Club I, 2; Judiciary Board 3; Com- 
muters Club I, 2, 3; May Day 2; Class President 4; 
Chemistry Council I, 2, 3, 4; Rep. I, Sec. 2, Vice 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Gate Post Advertising Mgr. 3, 4 



WOOD, PATRICIA N. 



72 Whittier Road, Medford 
Home Economics Club I, 4; A. A. 3; A'Kempis Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Quiet 
and Order Comm. I; May Day 2; Crocker Hall 
Sec. 3 



VOCATIONAL HOUSEHOLD ARTS 



AMMIDOWN, BARBARA HELEN 



BOYER, ROXANA COLUMBIA 



CANTALUPI, GENEVIEVE 



CLANCY, ELIZABETH AGNES 



FLYNN, MADELINE J. 



GRASSO, ROSE BARBARA 



REID, BARBARA HELEN 



SHEEHAN, ANNA FRANCES 



TRUVEDSON, MAE RUTH 



WADE, ELIZABETH CHANDLER 



96 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Home Economics Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Board 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1 , 2, 3 4; Red Cross 1,2,3,4 
Fine Arts Club I, 2, 3,4; Play 2,4 
May Day Narrator 2 
Dial Data Editor 4 

Middlefield St., Box 253, Chester 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3, 4; A'Kempis 1,2,3, 4 
Y.W.C.A. 2, 3; Fine Arts Club 2 
Red Cross I, 2, 3,4; May Day 2 

82 Bradford St., Everett 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 
A. A. I, 2, 3,4; A'Kempis I, 2, 3,4 
Fine Arts Club 2; Setting 2 
Chemistry Council I ; May Day 2 
Quiet & Order Council 2 

!24 Mollis St., HolLston 
Home Economics Club 2, 4 
A'Kempis Club 4; May Day 2 

40 Lewis St., Fall River 
Home Economics Club 2, 3 
A. A. I, 2; A'Kempis Club I, 2 

Glee Club 4; Modern Dance 3, 4; Student Co-op I ; 
May Day 2; Vice Pres. Horace Mann 3 
Yale Cheerleader I, 2, 3 
Harvard-Yale Toastmistress 4 
Chairman Senior Prom 4 

8 Prospect Court, Lawrence 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 
A.A. I, 2, 3,4; A'Kempis Club 2, 3, 4 
May Day 2 

Waltham Road, South Lincoln 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3, 4; Vice Pres. 3 
Y.W.C.A. 1,2, 3,4; A.A. I, 2, 3,4 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1,2,3,4 
Modern Dance 3, 4; Treasurer Peirce Hall 2 
May Day 2; International Night Chairman 3 
Yale Cheerleader 3 

Haverhill Street, Rowley 
A'Kempis Club 3, 4; Commuters' Club 4 

82 Grandview Road, Arlington 
Home Economics Club 2, 4 
Y.W.C.A. 3; Fine Arts Club 1 , 2, 4 
A.A. 1,2,3,4; Representative I ; Treasurer 4 
Hockey I , captain 2, 3, 4; Volley Ball 1 , 2 
Soft Ball Coast Guard Capt. 1,2,4 

82 County Road, Ipswich 
Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3,4; A.A. I, 2, 3,4 
Red Cross 1,2,3, 4; May Day 2 



ELEMENTARY 

BORDEN, MARION ELEANOR 

BURKE, CATHERINE ANN 



BURLINGAME, MARIE M. 



CONBOY, MARY AGNES 



DEVLIN, MARION E. NOONAN 



DONAHUE, LOUISA AUGUSTA 



FAULKNER, JEAN FRANCES 



FRENCH, ELEANOR IRENE 



GARBARINO, JOANNE MARIE 



GILBOY, FLORENCE LOUISE 



HALPIN, VIRGINIA M. 



10 Woodland Avenue, Medford 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2; May Day I, 2; A.A. I; Commuters 
Club I, 4 

I 8 Sprague Street, Maiden 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Glee 
Club I, 2, 3; Sec. 2; Treas. 3; Choir 1,2, 3; Gate 
Post Staff I ; Student Co-op Pres. 4; Judiciary Board 
2; May Day 2; Harvard Cheerleader 2, 3; Harvard- 
Yale toastmistress 2; Delegate to Eastern States 
Conf. in New York 3; Delegate to Newman Club 2 

24 Pleasant Avenue, Somerville 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 3, 4; Play 
3, 4; Treas. 4; Library Council 4; May Day 2; A.A. I , 

2, 3; Class Sports I; Basketball I 

398 Ashmont Street, Dorchester 
Y.W.C.A. 3; Fine Arts Club 3, 4; A'Kempis Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Co-op 4; May Day I, 2; Class Sports I, 2, 

3, 4; Basketball, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Fresh. Initiat. 4; 
Field Day I; Harvard Hockey I, 4; Harvard Basket- 
ball 2 

38 Cutter Street, Waltham 
A'Kempis Club 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club I ; Red Cross 3; 
May Day 1 , 2 

83 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills 
A.A. 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dial Staff 4; 
Commuters Club I, 2, 3, 4; Class Sports 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Harvard 
team 2, 3, 4 

661 Green Street, Cambridge 
A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 

1, 2; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Student Co-op 3, 4; Sec. 3; 
1st Vice Pres. 4; Class and Club Council 2; May 
Day 2; Class Treas. I; Class Pres. 2; Judiciary 
Board 3, 4; Chm. 4 

26 Water Street, Marlboro 
A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 
4; Commuters Club I ; May Day 2; Class Sports 2, 3; 
Basketball 2, 3; Harvard team 3, 4; Captain 4 

I 165 Main Street, Waltham 
A'Kempis Club 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Qu\e\ and 
Order Comm. 4; Commuters Club I, 4; Sec. 4; 
May Day 1 , 2 

5 Irving Street, Millis 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Student Co-op 3, 4; Class and Club Council 4; 
Commuters Club 4; May Day 2; Co-Chm. Stunt 
Nite 3 

162 Beaver Street, Framingham 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club I, 4; Dial 
Editor 4; Gate Post Staff 2, 3, 4; Student Co-op 4; 
Class and Club Council 4; May Day 2; Class Sports 
I; Field Hockey I; Class Rep. to Current Affairs. 
Convention at Rhode Island State College 2; Pub- 
licity Committee 2, 3; Chairman 3; News Reporter 

2, 3 



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HAND, RUTH E. 



LOUGHLIN, MARIE ELIZABETH 



MAHAN, JEANNE 



MAHONEY, JEAN ELAINE 



McCAULEY, VIRGINIA 



McGlLLVRAY, MARY JANET 



MONAHAN, MADELINE MARIE 



NAGER, ELEANOR L. 



NILSON, DORIS M. 



O'BRIEN, ANN PATRICIA 



O'BRIEN, MARTHA LOUISE 



PROCTOR, JOAN 



SIMPSON, MARIANNE LATHAM 



985 Watertown St., West Newton 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dial Literary Editor 4; 
May Day 2; 
Class Sports I ; Basketball I 

647 Main Street, Watertown 
A. A. 2; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 4; 
Gate Post Staff 4; Quiet and Order Council 3; May 
Day 2; Class Vice Pres 4; Red Cross 3 

62 Wilshire Park, Needham 
A. A. 2, 3, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts 
Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I; Red Cross 3; Modern 
Dance 3, 4; Gate Post Staff 2, 3; May Day 2; 
Horace Mann Treas. 4; Harvard team 2 

7 Valley Road, Dedham 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 4; Glee Club I, 
2, 3; Library Council 3; Gate Post Staff 4 

237 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 
A. A. I, 2, 4; A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4; 
Student Co-op I, 4; Class and Club Council I, 4; 
Class Sports I, 2, 3; Hockey I, 2; Harvard team I, 
2, 3; May Day 2; Attendant; Class Pres. I 

105 Riverside Street, Watertown 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Choir 4; 
Gate Post Staff 4; Commuters Club 3, 4; Vice Pres. 
4; May Day 2 

78 Grant Street, Waltham 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Dial 
Photography Editor 4; May Day 2; Library Counc'l 
2; Sec. 2; Publicity Council 2 

71 Essex Street, Maiden 
Fine Arts Club I, 4; Gate Post Staff 3, 4; Student 
Co-op 4; Class and Club Council 4; Commuters 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2; Publicity Council 2 

Old Post Road, Walpole 
A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 
2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Staff 3; Student 
Co-op 4; Class Sports 2; Hockey 2; Harvard team 
I, 2, 3; May Day 2 

49 Leslie Road, Belmont 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3; Treas. 2; Red Cross I; Student Co-op 2, 3; 
Treas. 3; May Day I, 2; May Queen 2; Peirce Hall 
Pres. 2; Horace Mann Vice Pres. 3 

39 Everton Street, Dorchester 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Com- 
muters Club 4; May Day I, 2 

3 I Mansfield Street, Framingham 
A'Kempis Club I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2 

I 5 Pleasant St., Bar Harbor, Maine 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross 3, 4; Harvard team 2; May Day 2; Attendant; 
Horace Mann Hall Sec. 3 



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CLASS OF 1949 

HOUSEHOLD ARTS JUNIORS 

Algaier, Carretta, 28 Parker St., Pittsfield 

Anderson, Patricia, 23 Ponkapoag Way, Canton 

Barrett, Mary, 27 Thomas Ave., Holyoke 

Blaisdell, Joyce, 51 Lane St., Lowell 

Borden, Janice, 49 Highland St., Holden 

Bradley, Cynthia, Centre St., Hanover Centre 

Cahill, Joan K., 49 Bradshaw St., Medford 

dayman, Leah, 51 Cheney St., Roxbury 

Crosier, Charlotte, 63 Woodbridge St., So. Hadley 

Cushman, Elizabeth, 21 George St., Winthrop 

Donohue, Rosemary, 61 June St., Worcester 

Fineberg, Josephine, 881 0- R° x - Pkwy., Chestnut Hill 

Fisher, Jessie, 16 Victoria PL, Chicopee Falls 

Hill, Regina, 2 Normal St., Worcester 

Hyman, Monya, 6 Alton Court, Brookline 

llacqua, Frances, 770 E. 4th St., So. Boston 

James, Mary, 450 Park St., New Bedford 

Jarvis, Millicent, Main St., Buzzards Bay 

Kaplan, Sybil, 10 Maybrook St., Dorchester 21 

Kelleher, Joan, 20 Bow St., Arlington 

Kelley, Dorothy, 6 Rosalind Terrace, Lynn 

King, Justine, 27 Sagamore St., Lynn 

Lambert, Anna, 14 Yarmouth St., Boston 

Lossone, Janet, 69 Myrtle St., Melrose 

MacDowell, Paula, 14 Merton Rd., Worcester 5 

Mahaney, Jean, 25 Everett St., Sherborn 

Marotte, Irene, 73 Shawn-nit Ave., New Bedford 

Morganstern, Virginia, 9 Thackeray Rd., Wellesley Hills 

Moschini, Rose, Clinton St., Hopkinton 

Murphy, Alice, 15 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain 

Nichols, Miriam, School St., Upton 

O'Hara, Dorothy, 124 Edgewood Ave., Longmeadow 

Olsen, Pauline, 3 Chaucer St., East Boston 

Owen, Louise, 44 Kendall Park, Waltham 

Patrick, Barbara, 44 Beckwith Ave., Westfield 

Quillard, Elizabeth, 15 Calumet Rd., Holyoke 

Raihanberg, Mary, 102 Whittier St., Springfield 

Reardon, Mary Lou, I 15 Newbury St., Boston 

Riani, Clotilda, I 18 Washington St., Springfield 

Rides, Adrianne, 1534 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton 

Robbins, Eleanor, 80 Central St., Hudson 

Rugg, Joann, 33 Fairhaven Rd., Worcester 

Rutledge, Elaine, 43 Champney St., Brighton 

Saunders, Agnes, 7 Rowell St., Dorchester 

Sergenian, Kegvart, 10 Stearns Rd., W. Roxbury 

Shanahan, Elizabeth, 196 June St., Worcester 

Shapalis, Mildred, 510 Centre St., Newton 

Sheinwald, Ruth, 7 Brenton St., Dorchester 

Smith, Barbara Jane, 35 Tucker St., East Lynn 

Smith, Priscilla, 138 Glenwood St., Lynn 

Sweeney, Margaret T., 4 Auburn St., So. Natick 

Trask, Elizabeth Mary, 12 Sachem St., Lynn 

Trodella, Julie, 610 Main St., Stoneham 

Voudouris, Athena, 22 Strathmore Rd., Brookline 

Williams, Jean, 272 Upham St., Melrose 

Zizza, Louise, 45 Pleasant St., Medfield 

HOUSEHOLD ARTS JUNIOR— SPECIALS 
Garnett, Eleanor, Wilbur Ave., Swansea 
Ghiatis, Dorothy, 6 Redland Rd., Shrewsbury 
Kimball, Grace, 139 Western Ave., Framingham 
Montgomery, Dorcas, East Arlington, Vt. 
Ouellette, Annette, I Harbor St., Salem 
Scammon, Virginia, 7 Crescent St., Wellesley Hills 
Young, Shirley, 39 Kelsythe Rd., Arlington 

* Glee Club 

f Gate Post Staff 



VOCATIONAL JUNIORS 

Delaney, Ann Bernadette, 22 Langdon Ave., Watertown 
Lucci, Lena Rosemary, Marblehead St., North Reading 
Porter, Vesta Belden, Silver St., Agawam 
Rogers, Priscilla Hirst, 3 Mulberry St., Fairhaven 

ELEMENTARY JUNIORS 

Bourque, Agnes, 2 Elliot St., Holyoke 

Brenneman, June, 81 Hartford St., Natick 

Daley, Madolin, 1287 Commonwealth Ave., Allston 

DiPronio, Mary, 44 Williams St., Waltham 

Donnelly, Irene, 427 Concord St., Framingham 

Durbin, Jacqueline, 39 Washington St., Natick 

Fitzgerald, Mary, 151 Oakley Road, Belmont 

Flynn, Eleanor, 46 Park St., Arlington 

Goddard, Edythe, 430 Jacob St., Fairview 

Haffer, Claire, 26 Hatherly Rd., Brighton 

Healy, Therese, 80 Kendall St., Framingham 

Herlihy, Ursula, 108 Medford St., Arlington 

Hughes, Margaret, 149 Warren St., Roxbury 

Kellett, Mary, 43 Pleasant St., Milford 

Laverty, Barbara, 14 Ames St., Somerville 

Livingstone, Marcia, 88 Newton St., Somerville 

Macdonald, Carol, 28 Welles Ave., Dorchester 24 

MacDougall, Marie, 154 Lowell St., Somerville 

Maher, Jean, 40 Tacoma St., Hyde Park 

Mahoney, Catherine, 41 Nathan Road, Waltham 

Martin, Dorothy, 8 Norfolk St., Needham 

McCarron, Mary, 30 Henry St., Framingham 

Mills, Mildred, 70 Cleveland Ave., Everett 

Moosey, Edith, 7 Cullen St., Worcester 

Palmer, Jean, 184 Wentworth Ave., Lowell 

Parker, Doris, 8 Pitts St., Natick 

Powers, Norma, 774 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre 

Raymond, Barbara, I I Sichney Place, Springfield 

Simmons, Arlene, 131 Main St., Waltham 

Sousa, Helen, 9 Loring St., Hudson 

Szlyk, Rita, 518 Grafton St., Worcester 4 

Tassina.i, Lillian, 83 Main St., Kingston 

CLASS OF 1950 
HOUSEHOLD ARTS 

Abare, Marjorie L, 462 Washington St., Gloucester 
Armes, Barbara M., Charlton St., Sturbridge 
Balduc, Margaret, 71 Clinton St., Framingham 
Black, Elizabeth W., 50 Newport St., Arlington 
Bohan, Janice M., 9 Boxford Terrace, West Roxbury 
Borden, Elaine J., 49 Highland St., Holden 
Cauffman, Doris E., 81 Ridgeway Ave., Pittsfield 
Cobb, M. Patricia, 29 Farmington Rd., West Roxbury 
Collins, Jeanne P., 67 Union St., Franklin 
Couming, Anne O, 23 Burncoat Terrace, Worcester 
Doane, Phyllis J., 69 Glendale St., Weymouth 
Fessenden, Eunice M., 348 Hancock St., Springfield 
Fisher, Bonnie, 26 Prospect St., Hingham 
*Fisk, Marjorie, West Barnstable 
Fitzgerald, Emily A., 537 Main St., Stoneham 
Fitzgerald, Mildred, 537 Main St., Stoneham 
Forte, Dora M., 204 Washington St., Brighton 
Freed, Miriam, 195 Eastern Ave., Fall River 
Gallagher, Anne G., 58 Westchester Rd., Newton 
Gallivan, Ann, 19 Hamilton St., Framingham 
Gerber, Eleanor, 16 Clifton Ave., Salem 
Gilman, Dorothy L., 83 Fellsmere Rd., Maiden 
Gross, Muriel, 103 No. 3d St., Meriden, Conn. 
Higgins, Natalie A., 3 Lockland Ave., Framingham 
Hogan, Clare C, 19 Hurlcroft Rd., Milton 



Hudson, Muriel J., 7 Barrows St., Middleboro 
Hughes, Florence, 93 Woods Rd., West Medford 
Kenny, Eileen P., 79 Walworth St., Roslindale 

*King, Nancy L, 1954 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton 

*Kratowich, Dorothy K., 20 Observatory Ave., Haverhill 

*Kula, Julia J., 59 Park St., Taunton 

'LaBonte, Irene A., 36 River St., Dalton 
Lehr, Adele J., 25 Buckthorn Terrace, Winthrop 
Lothrop, Barbara S., 165 Morton St., Stoughton 

'Magrath, Gracey F., 124 Pine St., Waltham 
McCarthy, Elizabeth D., 25 Albright St., West Roxbury 

'McDonnell, Margaret C, 198 Austin St., New Bedford 
McDonough, Mary R., 8 Owencroft Rd., Dorchester 
McGillicuddy, Marie A., 60 Beaconsfield Rd., Worcester 
Mcintosh, Dorothy, 62 Front St., Weymouth 

f McNally, Janet E., 98 Prospect St., Fall River 
Miller, Lillian P., 743 Nantasket Ave., Allerton 

'Mottolo, Janet V., 35 Highland St., Revere 

'O'Brien, Anne Marie, 35 Belvidere Ave., Holyoke 
Ochs, Florence B., I I 4A Medford St., Arlington 
O'Neill, Barbara A., 59 Dover St., Worcester 

'Peabody, Carolyn O, 72 East Alvord St., Springfield 
Plunkett, Mary E., 25 Vassar St., Worcester 
Pym, Margaret, East Gate Farm, Topsfield 

* Riley, Elizabeth A., 66 Harrison St., Brookline 
Solari, Lorraine, 196 Gladstone St., East Boston 

*Tilton, Katherine B., Chilmark 

*Trayers, June V., 10 Pleasant Hill Ave., Dorchester 
Vigeant, Pauline L., 37 Clifton St., Worcester 

'Walters, Lucy M., 3 Hoffman St., Jamaica Plain 

*Werner, Audrey R., Harding St., Medfield 

'Wetell, Marilyn L. t 642 Belmont St., Brockton 
Whitman, Margaret L., 15 Whitman Rd., West Medford 

'Wilson, Barbara A., 109 Peterboro St., Boston 

*Witek, Pauline M., 74 Rivulet St., North Uxbridge 

CLASS OF 1950 
VOCATIONAL 

Hurd, Phyllis E„ 72 Pleasant St., Ashland 
Keefe, Eileen M., 547 Franklin St., Framingham 
Kelley, Marie A., 740 Newton St., Chestnut Hill 
'Montgomery, Lois P., 62 E. Squantum St., North Quincy 
*Schatz, Rosella M., Moraine St., Marshfield 
Serena, Mary A., 595 River St., Mattapan 
Shaffer, Natalie R., 54 Fellsmere Rd., Maiden 
Skillen, Anna L, 98 Dudley St., Medford 
Thayer, Elizabeth A., I Mehdon St., Bellingham 
Timmins, Dorothy M., 12 Fernald St., Lowell 
Whearty, Mary Ellen, 335 Lafayette St., Salem 

CLASS OF 1950 
ELEMENTARY 

Alden, Rosemary N., 9 Gordon St., Framingham 
Bernier, Lucille A., 408 Ridge St., Fall River 
Boyd, Avis M., 109 Boyd St., Watertown 
Burgess, Joan O, 156 Doran Rd., Brookline 
Callahan, Marion F., 21 Greendale Ave., Marlboro 
Canning, Ruth A., 89 Marion St., Natick 
Clark, Mary L., 2 Emmons St., Franklin 
Colwell, Virginia P., 250 Hillcrest Rd., Needham 
Concannon, Ruth A., 279 Linwood Ave., Newtonville 
Cooney, Frances M., 81 Varick Rd., Waban 
*Cox, Dorothy A., 43 Cameron St., Springfield 
Delaney, Barbara A., 64 Evans St., Watertown 
Doyle, Dorothy M., 241 Waverly Ave., Watertown 
Doyle, Virginia M., 500 Ashmont St., Dorchester 

* Glee Club 

f Gate Post Staff 



Fanning, Emma R., I 7 Gordon St., Allston 
Feinberg, Helen R., 15 Oberlin St., Worcester 
Fried, Norma E., 20 Hope St., Auburndale 
Ginetti, Phyllis R., 78 Greenwood St., Marlboro 
Hale, Marie, 31 Marlboro St., Belmont 
Hamilton, Jeanne O, 44 Maple St., Needham 
Hanscom, Violet, 25 River St., Framingham 

'Harris, Carlene, 200 Hillside Ave., Arlington 
Harvey, Jeanne M., 553 Washington St., Gloucester 

'Homan, Carolyn E., 16 Crehore Drive, Newt. Low. Falls 
Hooley, Frances T., 37 Robbins Rd., Watertown 
Howes, Georgelyn, 200 Fairmont Ave., Hyde Park 
Igo, Elaine M., 28 Winslow Rd., Brookline 
Katz, Harriet M. t 219 Fuller St., Brookline ■ 
Kelly, Dorothy M., 60 Robinhood St., Auburndale 
Lewis, Florence R., 205 Bonad Rd., Brookline 
Linnehan, Patricia, 15 Francis St., Newton Centre 
Lovewell, Joan D., 382 Washington St., Brookline 
Madden, Kathleen E., 32 Belvidere Ave., Framingham 

'Maher, Jean M., 40 Tacoma St., Hyde Park 
Maher, Patricia A., 86 Lawrence Rd., Medford 
Marsh, Norma A., 159 Slade St., Belmont 
Matheson, E. Catherine, 52 California St., Watertown 
McCaffrey, Ann L., 75 Palfrey Rd., Belmont 
McCormick, Jean A., 29 Chilton St., Belmont 
McCullock, Patricia, 55 Cornelia Court, Roxbury 

'McLaughlin, Rita E., 89 Highland Rd., Brookline 

tMcNair, Barbara J., 50 High St., Natick 
Miles, Marjorie J., 7 Concord St., Marlboro 
Miller, Sylvia A., 1830 Common. Ave., Auburndale 

'Moisan, Margaret M., 127 Oliver St., Fall River 
Morse, June, I06A Western Ave., Gloucester 

'Nickerson, Virginia, 72 Oxford St., Somerville 
O'Neil, Eileen M., 687 Cummins Highway, Mattapan 
Santospirito, Catherine, 584 River St., Mattapan 
Sawyer, Dorothy L., 55 Wendell Rd., Milton 
Tierney, Regina E., 448 Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Vassalotti, Elaine M., 34 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre 
Ward, Mary, 77 Brook St., Brookline 

FRESHMAN CLASS 1951 
HOUSEHOLD ARTS DEPARTMENT 

Ambrose, Jane, 36 Wood Terrace, Framingham 
Arens, Barbara, 30 Menotomy Rd., Arlington 
Aries, Barbara, 28 Leyland St., Dorchester 
Arnott, Miriam L., 9 Pinehurst Ave., No. Saugus 
Atchison, Joan, 15 Tilton St., New Bedford 
Barrett, Jean, 1671 Northampton St., Holyoke 
Bellows, Sonia, 60 Liberty St., Danvers 
Blackman, Alice, 2 Assumption Ave., Worcester 
Boyle, Nancy, 48 Burncoat Terr., Worcester 
Butler, Muriel, 3 Perry Rd., Natick 
Cahill, Mary, 16 Leicester St., Brighton 
Cameron, Anne, 25 Edgebrook Rd., West Roxbury 
Cameron, Patricia, 24 Edgebrook Rd., West Roxbury 
Carey, Nancy, 125 Waldo St., Holyoke 
Carroll, Nancy, 35 Garden St., Fall River 
Clinton, Janet, 44 Mansfield St., Framingham 
Collins, Mary Ellen, 125 Blue Hill Parkway, Milton 
Craig, Eleanor, 7 Boardman St., Worcester 
Daignault, Jean, 15 Irving St., Worcester 
DeChristopher, Gloria, Tonset Rd., Arlington 
Dewhurst, Anne, 46 Gardner St., Groveland 
Dight, Carolyn, 108 Dartmouth St., Springfield 
Donovan, Mary, 15 Gorham Ave., Brookline 



Driscoll, Patricia, 305 Albermarle Rd., New+onville 
Faraca, Seraldine, 56 Elm St., West Newton 
Faro, Winnie, 18 Bradford Ave., Medford 
Fini, Anne, 72 Middle St., Leominster 
Fish, Helena, 102 Jenness St., Lowell 
Flaherty, Ann, 40 Meredith Circle, Milton 
Giglio, Natalie, 224 Middlesex St., North Andover 
Go man, Geraldine, 455 Beech St., Holyoke 
Guiney, Joan, 19 Samoset Rd., Waban 
Hatch, Marion, 236 No. Warren Ave., Brockton 
Higgins, Catherine, 20 Rosedale St., Fall River 
Horan, Virginia, 32 Patterson Way, So. Boston 27 
Horrigan, Ruth, 460 Crafts St., W. Newton 
Keaney, Patricia, 564 LaGrange St., West Roxbury 
. Keaveney, Dorothea, I 14 School St., Waltham 
Kennedy, Cathe ine, 59 Fruit St., Worcester 
Kohrs, Ethel, 34 Fairfield St., Worcester 
Koundakjian, Anne, 832 Moody St., Waltham 
Loukhanen, Aline, Main St., Jefferson 
Leahy, Frances, 147 Summer St., Newton Center 
Loud, Eleanor, 43 Bates Ave., So. Weymouth 
MacKenzie, Marilyn, 153 Hemenway St., Boston 
Marsh, Joanne, 159 Slade St., Belmont 
Mason, Lois, 22 Waushakum St., Framingham 
May, Mary R., 67 Franklin St., Brookline 
McMahon, Anne, 49 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Meadows, Martha, Hubba dston 
Medeiros, Agnes, 18 Hall St., New Bedford 
Miller, Ethel, 17 Wakata Ave., Fairhaven 
Mitchell, Katherine, 12 Palmer St., Arlington 
Moore, Alayne, 43 Birch St., Marblehead 
Moynihan, M. Joan, 29 Havelock Rd., Worcester 
Murphy, Patricia, 47 Wendell St., Cambridge 
Muse, Joan, 49 Richardson Rd., Melrose 
Nelson, Frances, 382 Central St., Saugus 
Norman, Bernice, 97 Harrishof St., Boston 
Pickett, Dorothy, 60 Downing St., Worcester 
Piper, Janice, 66 Cumberland St., Springfield 
Reponen, Doris, 47 Foss Rd., Gardner 
Rice, Marilyn, 13 Uxb idge St., Newton 
Rourke, Winnifred, 59 Irving St., Waltham 
Rutledge, Helen, 5 Gareau Ave., Ware 
Salo, Betty Ann, Valley Rd., Bar.e 
Skamarycz, Ann, 40 Crawford St., Gardner 
Skinner, Elizabeth, 19 Westminster St., Arlington 
Spencer, Lorna, I 33 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville 
Sweeney, Adelaide, 2173 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester 
Sweet, Virginia, 123 Chestnut St., Gardner 
Tavares, Louise, I 164 Main St., Acushnet 
Tebbetts, Elsie, R.F.D. No. I, Box 18, Westford 
Timon, Dorothy, 31 Moore Ave., Worcester 
Turner, Cynthia, 18 Braddock PL, Boston 
Williams, Gertrude, 8 Autumn St., Worcester 
Wilson, Natalie, 16 Pleasant St., Cochituate 

VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT 1951 

Billings, Norma, 22 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville 
Cole, Jeanne, Ferry Hill Rd., Granby 
Connor, Patricia, 95 Whitcomb Ave., Jamaica Plain 
Ellison, Margaret, 92 Grand St., Reading 
Estabrook, Wendolyn, 90 School St., Saugus 
Lavalle, Barbara, 48 Fruit St., No. Saugus 
Lewis, Janet, 215 Highland Ave., Arlington 
Lillyman, Nancy, 23 Gilmore St., Foxboro 
Mills, Doris, 105 Warren St., Needham 

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Nichol, Evelyn, 15 Walnut St., Merrimac 
Stowell, Audrey, New Salem 

ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT 1951 

Andelman, Estelle, 167 Elm St., Cambridge 

Ashe, Muriel, 65 Louise Rd., Belmont 

Bergman, Anna, 7 Ellestuen Rd., Worcester 

Birdsall, Elizabeth, Mt. Hermon School, Mount Hermor 

Bradford, Ann, 47 Overbrook Drive, Wellesley 

Carrington, Nancy, 746 Mammoth Drive, Dracut 

Carter, Alice, Maple Street, Sherborn 

Carter, Joan, Maple Street, Sherborn 

Cheverie, Jeannette, 55 Tacoma St., Hyde Park 

Clark, Jean, 37 Hubbard Ave., North Cambridge 

Coleman, Ellen, 44 Walnut St., Hudson 

Cooney, Nancy, 99 Jacon St., Arlington 

Corcoran, Clare, 35 Richardson Rd., Belmont 

Densmore, Pearl, Edmands Rd., Framingham 

Dutch, Irma, 31 Stearns Rd., Brookline 

Elberry, Clare, 7 Fairview Ave., Cambridge 

Finn, Rosalyn, 6 Foster St., Brookline' 

Furbush, Ba.bara, 77 Davis Ave., West Newton 

Geary, Phyllis, 6 Pettie Place, Foxboro 

Grady, Virginia, 7 West St., Miiford 

Grogan, Patricia, 2200 Mass. Ave., Cambridge 

Haveless, Alice, 39 Calumet St., Roxbury 

Headbe g, Alice, I I Gates Ave., Marlboro 

Hetherton, Mary, I 10 Danforth Street, Saxonville 

Holems, Eleanor, 179 Brown Street, Winchendon 

Jarboe, Ruth, I I Sherman St., Natick 

Joyce, Do othy, 36 Belvidere Ave., Holyoke 

Kennedy, Margaret, I 14 Green St., Needham 

Kinsman, Lucile, 53 Court St., Newtonville 

Larkin, Patricia, 656 Adams St., Dorchester 

LeBlanc, Patricia, 101 F. ancis St., Waltham 

Lillis, Jeanne, 12 Willow St., Waltham 

Loomer, Bertha, 22 Pearl St., Framingham 

Love, Jeanne, 29 Loveland Rd., Brookline 

McGuffin, Marianna, 150 Newtonville Ave., Newton 

McLoughlin, Jane, Moscow Rd., Holden 

McMahon, Mary E., 49 Dickinson Rd., Springfield 

McNamara, Lorraine, 39 Lincoln St., Manchester 

Mitchell, Nancy, 12 Palmer St., Arlington 

Murphy, Dorothy, Hampden Rd., Monson 

Nicholls, Barbara, 123 East Park Terr., Pittsfieid 

Parker, Winnefred, 427 Huron Ave., Cambridge 

Pascale, Norma, 56 Main St., Monson 

Pickard, Anne, I 13 Bartlett Crescent, Brookline 

Read, Barbara, Warren St., Littleton 

Readon, M. Joan, I 15 Newbury St., Boston 

Sanchioni, Stelia, 13 Mercer Rd., Needham 

Savage, Beverly, 329 Franklin St., Framingham 

Savage, Martha, 51 Mechanic St., Holliston 

Shepherd, Audrey, 83 School St., Belmont 

Slamin, Phyllis, 41 Union St., Watertown 

Smith, Alice, 35 Hardy Ave., Watertown 

Smith, Leona, 192 Warren St., Waltham 

Sousa, Carolee, 9 Loring St., Hudson 

Sullivan, Ruth, 148 Weston Rd., Wellesley 

Terry, Ruth, 86 Page Rd., Newtonville 

Thomas, Catherine, 64 Bellevue St., Newton 

Toelken, Dorothy, 39 Kenwood PL, Springfield 

Whitney, Dorothy, 837 Great Plain Ave., Needham 

Young, Sabra, 30 Lookoff St., Brockton 

Zapone, Doris, 120 Auburndale Ave., W. Newton 



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